16 Mar COVID-19 Update
Here at Park on King, we’ve been staying up-to-date with the latest news regarding the spread of COVID-19 and we have implemented some measures to ensure the well-being of our customers during this time.
Effective immediately, here’s what you can expect:
- Hand sanitiser stations have been mounted throughout the car park. In particular, all customers and staff are expected to sanitise their hands upon entry and exit of the reception area
- We have temporarily paused customer luggage assistance to minimise the risk of germ spreading
- An enhanced cleaning schedule has been implemented including disinfectant spraying of luggage upon arrival and on all shuttle bus surfaces upon every transit
- We also have gloves and disinfectant spray available for use within the car park, please speak with our reception staff
- Customers will be seated at least 1m apart in accordance with social distancing measures
- As per usual, you get to keep your keys so you can be assured that nobody else will be inside your vehicle while you’re away, hence reducing any risk of transmission
- We are inundated with calls in light of recent travel restrictions. The best way to contact us is to send an email to [email protected]. You can also reschedule your booking by clicking on the Manage Booking link in your booking confirmation email
Small businesses have been directly affected by the Australian bushfire crisis and now coronavirus. If every person in Australia spends just $10 with a small business this week, it will provide a financial boost of over 250 million dollars into the Australian economy.
These are scary times ahead for small businesses and here at Park on King, we’re already seeing a significant drop in travel over the last week and we expect it to continue.
We can all do our bit to support small business families:
- Buy your groceries from local and independent fruit and veg stores
- Grab a gift certificate from your local restaurant if you’re unable to dine out
- You can do the same at your favourite shop to help sustain the business and then treat yourself later
- Book a local tradesman to come and fix that thing you’ve been putting off for the last year
- If you’re in self-quarantine or practicing social distancing, many independently owned food businesses that previously haven’t offered takeaway are now popping up on delivery apps like Uber Eats so order-in and enjoy
- If you do go out, tip a little more than usual if you can and consider the drop in income of wait staff, delivery people and those in retail
- And lastly, spread kindness and optimism; drop by a local business or send a DM to send them some love